Oral reconstructions

Sometimes, after many years, your teeth may need reconstructing in order to withstand another few decades.
This need can have various causes such as delayed treatment, the presence of older restorations with fractures, discolourisation, missing teeth or the presence of (aesthetically) unacceptible teeth. We take the time to understand your expectations and wishes. We also look at the possibilities together and discuss the advantages and disadvantages. In this way we can advise you a treatment option that best suits in your situation.

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When one or more teeth have been lost, as in an accident, root fracture or infection, an implant with a crown can be placed to replace the missing tooth. This is also possible when a tooth is missing from birth.

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Porcelain Facings

When your front teeth are very discoloured, have undergone major restorations, deviate in size, form, symmetry or position,
porcelain facings offer a way to give your teeth the form, colour, position and lustre you would like.

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Teeth whitening

With time, your teeth tend to become a little darker, due to staining from for instance, coffee, tea, red wine and smoking.


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Ceramic crowns and bridges

When a tooth is fractured or has a very large cavity or amalgam filling, it can be beautifully restorated with an all-ceramic crown.

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Porcelain onlays

Sometimes a large part of a tooth is missing, for instance when there is a large cavity or an old filling in a tooth, or after a fracture. In these cases, there is not enough left of the original tooth to restore it in a durable way with composite (the white filling material).

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White fillings

In the past grey-coloured amalgam fillings were often used. This grey colour shines through the white tooth material and gives it a dark appearance. The way this fillings are attached to the teeth is strictly mechanical; an undercut in the tooth is prepared to keep the filling in its place. This method of preparation also weakens the tooth, by taking away quite a lot of healthy tooth-structure.
This makes the tooth prone to fracture.

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Click Denture

A relatively simple solution is available for this problem. Two implants are placed in the lower jaw, and ball-abutments then are screwed onto the implants. These ball-abutments click into small caps that are fixed in the lower denture. The lower denture thus clicks onto the lower jaw and is firmly kept in place, which makes eating and talking a lot easier!

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